Past Places of Faith
Have you been inside other sacred spaces in town?
…Would you like to hear a religious leader from another faith tradition speak about their beliefs or practices? If either of these interest you, this is a series designed just for people like you. Come and visit with us. Ask questions. Meet people from other traditions and learn how other people practice.
Religious pluralism is not just an idea. It’s a reality. We mingle with people all the time from a variety of faith backgrounds, but what do we know about “those people?” Most religions value respect and hospitality, but to make these our own, we need ways to see, learn, experience and ask questions of those who practice faith differently. What if citizenship required that we get to know our neighbors AND our neighbor’s faith?
NEXT SERIES: late March / early April, 2014 List to be posted soon.
FALL OF 2013 —
Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor
New Hope Baptist Church of Ann Arbor
Chabad House of Ann Arbor
SPRING OF 2013 –
Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth
Shalom Community Church
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Temple Beth Emeth
FALL OF 2012 –
Church of Christ, Scientist
Baha’i Center of Washtenaw County
Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints
Zen Buddhist Temple
SPRING OF 2012 –
Islamic Center of Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Friends Meeting
The Hindu Chinmaya Mission
Beth Israel Congregation
Each evening runs from 7 pm to 9 pm and will include:
– a half-hour tour of the host facility’s sacred spaces
– an hour presentation from the local religious leader,
including time for questions and answers
– a half-hour social time where attendees can mingle with members of the local congregation, ask questions, engage in conversations and enjoy some light refreshments
This series is limited to 25 people. $50 per person.
In order to register for this series, please use the contact form on this web site or e-mail email@example.com